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Vehicle hire company Car2U, based in Sunderland, has recently taken advantage of the scheme, by hiring two students, Gongbao Wang from the school of modern languages and Rebecca Grant, a marketing and management student.
Key Words language education in Australia, Japanese, Italian [ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] Introduction In 1987, the Minister for Education in Victoria, Ian Cathie, in assessing the recommendations for the new role of the Saturday School of Modern Languages (SSML) in the Department's language policy entitled The place of languages other than English in Victorian schools, accepted the recommendations of the working party which included upgrading the status of the school, establishing both a position of Principal and a School Council, and, most importantly, changing the name from the Saturday School of Modern Languages (SSML) to the Victorian School of Languages (VSL) (Panousieris, 1993).
The academies were international in membership and in correspondence with scholars and institutions in other European countries," Science Daily quoted Professor Jane Everson, from the School of Modern Languages, Literatures and Cultures at Royal Holloway and project Director, as saying.
She earlier served in sales, research and marketing positions at Berlitz GlobalNET, instructor at the Boston School of Modern Languages, and teaching fellow at Boston College.
Dr Elizabeth Andersen is the director of Routes into Languages North East and head of the School of Modern Languages at Newcastle University.
Dr Fisher, Lecturer in French in the School of Modern Languages at the University of Bangor, was a renowned author, scholar, and ran the Welsh Highland Railway Project website - whr.
He joined the university council in 1997 and was a member of the strategy committee which drew up controversial plans to reform the school of modern languages.
Part of Bangor University's School of Modern Languages, it was selected from more than 150 applicants.